It is considered by people to be an artist’s paradise. Paxos is a small island located beneath the Island of Corfu, with magnificent beaches and crystal clear waters that fascinate every visitor.
What to do
During the day, you can see what lies beneath the water, which adds up to its beauty and exclusiveness. Two famous ports exist within Paxos Island, i.e., Gaios and Lakka. Numerous ferries, sailboats, sea taxi, are waiting near the shore for tourists who wish to go further to explore the Island more. Visit Gaios, the capital of Paxos. Enjoy a walk around the streets of the area, the search for Agioi Apostoloi Church, and the local Museum. Head for the two famous beaches located on the Island. Plakes beach surrounded by small pebbles and Mongonissi Beach. Moggonisi, a small island on the southern tip of Paxos, just one meter from the main Island, can be reached by a little jump. Look for Tripitos Arch, a magnificent natural structure that can be accessed for free on foot. The arch is a collapsed sea cave and can be found on the southern coast of Paxos. Must-visit Antipaxos. The islet of Antipaxos is famous for its beautiful beaches and offers some of the best swimming and snorkeling opportunities in Greece.
Who Should Visit
The calm and composed environment of the Island is suitable for families that are looking for a new vacation spot in Summer. They can take their children for a ferry ride, as this would be a unique learning experience for them. If you are not planning to stay in Paxos Island, you can easily get a daily cruise from Corfu Island.
When to visit
The main season is May to the end of September. Out of these dates, it is possible to stay in Paxos, but your choices of transport to get there as well as places to eat and drink will be limited.